Anil John
Making Digital Services Secure and Trustworthy

Anil John

Will 2015 be the Year of Public Sector Digital Service Delivery?

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With the acceleration of the implementation of public service delivery platforms in both the U.S and elsewhere, my mission "... to help technical leaders make digital services secure and trustworthy" continues to remain relevant and is not going to change.

However, based on lessons learned over the last two years I want to try some new ways of delivering that information, so expect some tweaks and changes going forward.

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My 10 Most Popular Blog Posts of 2014

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First and foremost, Thank You! Thank you for your continued readership. Thank you for the diverse range of opinions and feedback you have provided on the blog, as well as the extremely positive feedback regarding my email only newRECENTLY newsletter.

Your feedback has helped me to shape the content and topics to better address your challenges in delivering secure and trustworthy digital services. I think you will find the content areas such as risk management, authentication, identity proofing and more, that I am building out, useful.

For this blog post, I ran the analytics to discover which posts you found interesting in 2014. Here are the top ten, in the order they were written.

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How Identity Resolution Can Help Attribute Providers Overcome Blindness

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Stand-alone attribute providers typically use a lookup key based scheme in order to return attributes associated with that key. But as we move to a more attribute-centric world, they will need to incorporate identity resolution as the first step in the attribute query flow in order to meet the needs of a wide range of customers.

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RFI - EMV Enabled Debit Cards as Authentication Tokens?

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The U.S. is finally moving to EMV compliant payment cards. Can these cards be used as multi-factor authentication tokens for electronic transactions outside the payment realm? What are the security and privacy implications? Who needs to buy into and be in the transaction loop to even consider this as a possibility?

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